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Itinerary released for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyages

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Itinerary released for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyages

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Are you wondering what a voyage on the new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be like? Have a look at the itinerary for these voyages. Does this itinerary make you excited to experience the Starcruiser, or do you think this won’t be worth the cost?

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

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Star Wars fans are awaiting all of the news and announcements that have been released for the brand new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. Guests visiting Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge discovered a new development near the Galactic Starcruiser. Previously this location was covered with scrim. This completely covered the entrance and blocked Guests’ views.

This scrim has now been removed and Guests can see the entrance to the Galactic Starcruiser. At this time, a hedge is still separating Guests from venturing closer to the entrance of the Galactic Starcruiser. Check out our first glimpse of the Galactic Starcruiser HERE.

Itinerary for Galactic Starcruiser voyages

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Guests departing on March voyages have now been able to view the itineraries for their stay. The itinerary can be viewed on the Datapad, which is part of the Play Disney Parks app.

Day 1

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On Day 1, Check in is available from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. A lunch buffet will be available in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room. Guests can also take Sabacc Lessons, Explore the Starcruiser, get a Datapad Orientation, and take part in a Galactic Social. Much like an actual cruise, there is also a Ship Muster on Day 1.

Guests will also take part in a Captain’s Reception, an Outer Rim Regalia, and can even take Ryloth Dance lessons! Dinner is served that evening in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room, with a performance from Gaya.

There is even a special Chandrilla Star lines “Starshow” at Bespin.

Day 2

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Day 2 starts off with two different breakfast options. Guests can sit down for a breakfast buffet in the Crown of Correlia Dining Room, or get a Grab-and-go breakfast at the Sublight Lounge.

Batuu Transports will be available from 8:40am to 4:00 pm for Guests wanting to take a planetary excursion to Batuu. Guests who prefer to stay on the ship will have lots of afternoon activity options as well.

There is a Droid racing tournament, Model Ship Building, Sabacc Tournament, a Porg detection drill, Cantina Chronicles and “Know Your Co-Pilot.”

Dinner will be offered again in the Crown of Corelia Dining Room. Dinner features a “Taste Around the Galaxy” followed by a Halycon Starcruiser Celebration and Sweets & Treats later on.

Day 3

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Day 3 is disembarkation, so there isn’t much on the agenda. Guests can get either a Grab and go Breakfast or sit down for the Breakfast Buffett before they disembark.

What do you think of the itinerary for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyages? Let us know in the comments below, or tell us on Facebook.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The inaugural SW cruise was a hot mess. Nothing they promised is ever happened. It’s was super expensive and not only did it not deliver, it was a complete miss and waste of money. This new 2-day experience is giving off those same vibes. So sad. Seems to alway be a miss when SW is concerned.

  2. Reviews that are written will be from travel agents and Disney execs. I’ll be anxious to hear from those who actually paid. We canceled our trip for 2 after the commercial Disney released and this writing confirms my concerns about this is a juvenile experience for approximately 1.25 days in a plastic and sheet rock made hotel .

  3. I’m sorry to say this, but it kind of sounds boring unless you have little kids. I do not expect to stay here. It doesn’t seem like you get a lot for your money.

    • I agree with you Diane. It seems like a lot to spend and the itinerary isn’t screaming excitement to me. I’m interested to read reviews of people’s experience once it opens.

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